Rimac Concept One electric hypercar successor teased

By autoX Editorial | on December 4, 2017

Rimac has released a teaser of their upcoming electric hypercar which is expected to debut at the Geneva Motor Show in 2018.

Rimac, the electric powertrain technology supplier to brands like Koenigsegg and Aston Martin, and the maker of the Rimac Concept One – all electric hypercar has released an image which leads us to believe that the company will reveal their latest creation very soon.

The vehicle is expected to be a fully electric hypercar like the Concept One. Rimac only produced eight units of the Concept One, but we have reason to believe that the new hypercar may have a larger production run.

From the teaser image, the new car seems to have aggressive front and rear styling with a large rear wing, but could also feature active aerodynamics. The overall silhouette is similar to the Concept One with a standard coupe body type. It is possible that Rimac might make their new product a much smaller package to make the vehicle more manageable than the Concept One to make it easier to live with, yet, add to its performance and handling capabilities.

Not much information has been revealed at the moment, in fact, we don't even know what it could be called. However, we do expect Rimac to debut the new hypercar officially at the 88th Geneva Motor Show scheduled to take place in March 2018.

Tags: Rimac Rimac Concept One

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